Driver's Ed Social Sensitivity

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Cooney is sounding a wake-up call for adults as well as kids. Adults need to react to this form of vandalism, not ignore or accept by silence the trophy road sign in the bedroom. This neglect is as egregious as participating in the vandalism. Remy's mother is as angry with herself as Remy, because she saw the Budie Buick on that November evening but decided to trust Remy's judgment. The church and its message of "unconditional love" starts the healing process between parent and child for both Remy and Morgan, but they know they will have to live with their transgression for the rest of their lives. As Remy polishes the tarnished silver pieces to be used in the Christmas pageant, she feels as "tarnished" as these objects, only she will remain tarnished. Morgan, as volunteer coordinator for the Christmas pageant, feels he will never know the "heavenly...

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